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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOTO THE LETHBttfoCE DAILY WEDNESDAY. FEHRUAOT 5. ftbe" ictbbrlboe 1beratt> alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY PrOsrieiorj and THE LETHBRIOGF. HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street South, Uthbrloje A. Buchanan President Manssing Joau Tynnce Business Manas TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial QXxc ers have t'coa protected a -r ill in the price ot hegs toe I jft ot by tho cooperation t the Allies in opening wider Hemttr Audit Bureau Subscnptiori BltW. Dillv delivered, per week Dill'y. delivered, perjyear... Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per-year Weekly, by ma, Weekly, by mill, per year to mers have t'coa protected tall the Allies in opening n r.outnl countries ftnd by moats into liberated territories. The next and list six weeks dt tho high M prvMuctioa season will be no'e difficult manage, peace cannot be concluded within that time, restoring extend markets. Mr. Hoov- er sjys the real solution lies, in ilic of early pfjce and the removal 1.1 all restrictions- on the marketing ot surplus foods, eicept in c-nemy ter- ritorv. thus re-establishing the law c4 supply find demand, but In Ihe inter- Til "our Anwricin farmers, merch- ants, packers, and banks simply m'Jst stand logether for two or Three uion'.hs to carry our excess surplus over until the markets of the world have been more eitended, and finally liberAied by Mr. Hoover holds that tbe interests of the American farmer, who has re- sponded to tbe appeal for greater pork production, must be protected. "It tie farmers' prices threaten to fall below the level ot a fair return, it be- ooves tbe country to do some quick, lear thtnklnj." The Canadian farm- i o'nr Own PICKED UP IN IASSING KOU THE BUSY MAN ley sround ana'broke his ankV, a very piinful injury. He is his age recovery will be slow All wf'l ba pleised to kr.ow ol his full rv iteration to his normal condition. Tbe second daughter ct Mr. ani Mrs. W. I. Freek was thrown off the j j UERSB, Fob. 4.-A violrtit rhetori- cal duel bvc-lweeu the man Socialists. reproaches aud accujaiii-iis. niaoeu the second sitting las! n'SQt ft uo international Labor and Socialist Cvn- fwence Tho Knlic-h ft fco de- was In the hands ot 1'torro oaudel, Albert Ttemas and M. Otto the former military com mander of Ucrlin, defended tho Oer and said that the uer Begins's tiro Mosses In 191S1 only amounted to Wellimd county is to have an addi c-nal school inspector. No ico has been stored jet in'West rn Ontario cities. There be no provincial eleclioi n Quebec this year. The earnings o! Kogina street rail _.a_ by in 191S. The remains ot the late General Si Sam Sleelo will brought to Canada cwl Dates ct expiry ol pear daily on address label- Mice- of papers after wplrawi- our authority to continue. script Ion. EASTERN PROVINCES HAVE THE MILLIONAIRES Here's another argument for tie western provinces' being given thsr natural resources and ajalnst the eastern provinces being given an in creased subsidy. We read In the Montreal Gareite that the Provinc-a Treainrer ot Quebec stated that Mon ireal estates paid In succes sifo duties alone. This is the para ETftpllI the 54.T3W47 collected iroM sue r, who has also responded to the de- uand lor the Increased production ot ;ettlcd th r. ar l rucnlnj V-ard of a car where .6-c' j CKt.lcl, responsibility '.'or the wa was seated out ot fight of the driver M [rom Ul wus eeaieu uui VL who bad stopped en Main street. The front wheel passed over the body I r tie little gill, and she was picked up te e g, unconscious. Dr. Pickup attended, d for some time was unable to give [rom Ul kings. Wels accused a ol haSvios killed 'MfK ___ i n.a d for the Increased production ot [or some time -a-is unae o gm> wishes to know what steps will Ujs-jrances of no serious injury. m aainst loss. cver, the day following showed no baJ ge dur- indications, end the little child Is tile fc Sate ot the late Senator Robert Mao- tav coatrttuled in addition to'tlte'jnucl. larger unount recelTed last yoij. The estate of the late Sir William Van Home contributed 651, that of the late Edward B. Green- shields paid and that ot Edouard Ganlhier _ Now the west hasn't millionaires and its succession duties amount to little. The east has all the wealthy citizens and succession duties each year; total a tis sum. In the absence, "of ilUlonaifes ,1st ns havfe our natur- al resources and tie east; can krtp its millionaires- How about It? 055, wisuea uj e taken to protect him against loss, le has had the double advantage dur- ng the war of an almost unlimited European demand for bacon and of-a dnly-freo United States market for log products. Shipments to Europe are virtually At a standstill for tie iresent, and the immediate e'fect in Canada has been a drop in bog pric- es, thoatb not in pork or bacon. Tho situation is an argument for the open- ing of enemy markets so that the peo- ple may buy the. food they need. Mr. Hoover thinks this cannot be done un- til peace Is proclaimed. It the outlet In neutral and friendly countries will not atjsorb immediately the surplus, the pressure of unmarketed food pro- ducts must bring down prices unless they are artificially supported. There, have been severe criticisms in some Canadian papers lately over the handling ol the food marketing situation in Europe. EO far as Canada iaaic-iiiuus, iiuu able to run about again, much to the reliet ol the parents. DIFFICULT TIME FOR PRODUCERS Just at the jsesent time, though we know that hatt'of EoropV fc.abort; ot the "producing tuatioi r concerned, It beias charged that Mr. Hoove- i? taking advantage of the United States' Elrategic position to capture the (ride for that Mr. Norman Lambert, secretary of the Canadian Council ot Agriculture, who .Is now in London with the Cana- dian trade mission, deprecates this view wheto he says: ;A few days ago, a certain amount concern was in London ofer too report that Hoover and the United States were plunging ahead Into the new areas, not hitherto ad- food matters by Uie Inter Allied Food council, and were of food and oth There was a big turnout (or the basketball gamo on Saturday night, when Taber and Cardston tried con elusions. Both teams repiesented the chools of their respective towns. The Taber boys were. eonslderabl) arger and showed readily that they knew how to use the extra weight to advantage. They wtre altogether too many for the home boys and piled up a TWO to one score. Ihe tinal being: Taber, 23, and Cardston. 12. The boys were very kindly receive.! by their companions in arms The line- up for the teams was as follows: Cardston: Ora Nielsen, L. Cahoon, It Brown, A. Hepnler and Card. Taber: Ivan Hams, N. Johnson, E. Ibey, Ira Harris and M. Ibcy. There was a crowd out to see the. Oiuie and also to enjoy toe dance followed. German women, children and old me by the "hunger blockade." Ho sal hat iho exclusion of tho fierman S cialists would not improve the pos lion of the Internationale. Kurt Eisner, the Bavarian premie was the first speaker on the- tor today. Two hundred and fifty members o the British Parliament served In th war. Tho Public Utilities Board has gl en Edmonton authority to borro on a five year basis. Tho AJbcrta ladies' Collego will erect a building nt Edmonton at a cost ot John T. Small, K.C., Toronto, died Dr. Newell Dvvlght lllllis. speakins llond Street Congresallonal church, oroiuo, said Iho Kaiser should lie John Plnkase, 17 years old. member t a sang ot automobile thieves, who rrcrlzed Winnipeg list summer, was eiilenued to five in Stoney lountaiu penitentiary. After a stormy passage from the Orient, Iho- steamer Empress of Ja an arrived at Victoria with 100 pass ngcrs in the saloon and a largo Its f Chinese In the steerage. The gas company's application fo tn increase ot its franchise rates li 'dtnonloil lias been declared prema ure. by the iniulic utilities coiumlssio uiil dismissed. The Times announces ihat Messr Yarrow, the shipbuilding firn intend gradually diminishing tbe ou put on the Clyde and Increasing the works ut Vancouver Island. jonu omo... <-r.. ander Ritchie Tlobson. itav. Jir. suddenly while playing golf nt Pme- WM ln mh year_ Ueut. r. Charles Heathers. Can dlan airman, after flying fee suddenly descended 500 feet, when i: machine crashtd to tho ground. T airman was killed. Deceased Is b llovcd tq have fainted because of e treme cold. One ot tho oldest ministers of the Presbyterian church in Uie province of Saskatchewan passed nway at In- dian Head In tho person of Rev. Alc-x- dian Head In to person o ev. ander Ritchie Tlobson. Rav. 5Ir. Hob- uded in tUo scope ot Ihe act Instead only places under 5000 j W Snider, ot N'ew Llskeard. re rw obtaining rounds of bon- from 13 colonies of bees. Tho French forces of occupation, ac- ordine to a special dispatch tc. the ossische Zeitung from t'lanktort on- e-Main, have lakcn possession ot tho ochter aud Chemical Work, id Krciu-h chemists are worklug with erman chemists in uuttiiig out dye.i ud certain chemicals lo be cipotjed o allied countries. Shipments of tho hemivals to poiuls in Oeruiauy havo prolilbited. The official call has gone forlh for Weslcru Inter Provincial Conven- icn ol the labor Interests lo bo held n the city of on Tuesday, March 13, as tbo culmination ot inaugurated to Trades fouBrcss convention last Sep- tember. The II. C. Federation of I.a- jor will hold their auuual convention n Calgary on days preceding the !n- hurst, N. C. SOU wits 111 Ills one ot the pioneer missionaries on the prairies in the early days. St. Andrew's Presbyterian churcli, Ottawa, is one ot the wealthiest con- aila, owning the uiuuu it is said were orl ginally (jiven lo'thc church as a pas The local committee ot the Lyce'uir ourse met on Saturday and decided hat the remainder ol the season's pro- ;ram of four members would be: Ford, the Electrical Wizard." in his ecture; the Schubert _Seitette and the local opera company in ''The Bo- ac has five-ytarJ.. Can ada, the United SUtei, ArgenUM and voJ eiiaDliaaiDg buytues yt nnu er materials, and at the same time get Ung an tfcrly advantage in forming new trade, connections. stood, however, that It Is under the United "Craigdarroch Castle." the Duns- o Black, niulr U.C.. Is to isible to secure suitable become, a n aB ter-1'rovinclal gathcriug. The County Councils in tUe Pror- ince oi Ontario elected their art- ens- Bruce. W. H. Brown, Drain. A. J. McCann, Urantford Tp.; ftontenac. (Has. Truscott, Loughbor- ugh; Dimdas, Stormont and O en- Barry. A. H. Uoberlson. Maivllle; )urhnm anil Nortliumberlaud, A. J. rcuderson, Cavau: Judson Scratch. S. GoMlold; W W. 11. Tur- .or southwold; Grey. John McQuak- er Owen Sound; Huron. J. N. Camp- jell K Wawanostr, Halton, John b. Little. Milton: IlaWlinand, Mc- Quillan. 'Moullon; Kent, W. 3. Fas. Dover- teeto and Crcnville. M. B. lloline.5. Athens; Lanark, J. E. Fer- guson, Montague; nnd Adding- ton J F.d. Harrison. Marlbank; Lamb- toil! John llucy. Soaibra; Norlolk. Dr. O H Buncombe, Waterfonl; Ontario. David Watson WrJIs, Beaverton; Perth, Samuel Smith, Elma; reler- aoro Thos Mclntoali. N. -Monaslian: Walsh; ItenSrew, Alex Stuart, eerteu Street east ot tho Burnap Monds nnd Clarence; rco'eiaent warehouse, and expects to j appoint a tariff commission. b5 in a position to execute orders be tors tho end of Ibe week. _........---------- Jack Ledbetter has just returneu a baill_ (o tay a ]lolI5e from a holiday scent at Vancouver.' Prescott, Wclland, Waterloo. U. N. Fannabaker. Hespe- Icr- Wellington. William Howes, Mln- to-' Slmcoe, Ebcn. Todd, Innlsfil; Oi- from a nonuay Ledbetter is remaining at for the balance of the winter. Thackers garage is likely to change A Carmangay man is negotiat- ing for the purchase of the business and a deal is likely to be concluded an a ea s anv time now. Thacker intends all bis time to his electrical leiumu vim, business. Friday and Saturday. All holders of paukila disposed of hU the local opera coiuyauj 1.1 to hemian which is to come off on I b[ soo, owever, a e States simply bad forwarded smrplns army supplies which hcdr been stored up' it ilaimor'.miiitiry Into very needy districts of Serbia and Ru- mania. Uuilca Slates has tha mon- ey, has the sdpplies of food and other idterUls lo send into these newly opened corintries, and at the same time Is -willing to give them necessary credits. Food already has hecomt a more Influential factor in international poli- tics than military forces. Hoover and the Supreme Food Board which is now being formed will take the place of Foch and the Military council at Ver- sailles. And it is safe' to say that ac- quisition ot power through the chan- nels ot trade in the vital necessaries of meats' pthef food- stuffs on" hand. 13nt' the world is short of shipping; Britalii.'anft other allied countries In Europe have large surpluses of certain foods which they wish to dispose of before buying heav- ily; Germany and the other enemy oil by, -the blockade and will'not'become, a market for our surplus until peace It signed; while Rir.sla is in such.a chaotic political and financial'condition Ural trade with her Is at a standstill, tind what Is the result! In the matter, of wheat alone. Can- Eda has an.exportable surplus o! sli- lr to seventy million bushels, U. S.. bushels, Australia 000 bushels and .Argentine 000 bushels, a total of -which b considerably in excess of tbe annual exports of the combined prc- Uucitig world to'the combined con-1 oiiu nunc LUG Binning'Twirld; It is therefore evident I stocks piled up In tie allied countries that Canaii with whtlt at a guiran- 83 a reserve against the auimarins teed price of per bushel has a menace will'be. wiped out, lA normal problem to eolre in competing with balance Abound to coma but it will season's tickets will thus be entitled to the last-named performance with reserved seats. War Lecture All those who havo heard ot Mr. W. A. Buchanan's illustrated "lecture for Tuusdav evening are expecting a most enjoyable treat The Tabernacle auditorium has been secured, and it will accommodate all who wish to attend. Our Dominion member Is al- ways assured of a good bearing in Cardston, although outside points may be lacking notice ot this event and may not be so well represented. :Capt- Oeo. f. Porter has been 3 recent visitor at Cardston, wbero ho for. a series, of auction sales among the local farmers. He wiil bs assisted by Lieut B. H. Blay, who is well known .throughout this district. Teachers Arrive QtUle a party of the Normal stu- business. farm to Doc. Mendenhill at _ acre. Doc and Walt Hatfield Intend to farm Pakkila land und the quar- ter tD the west of it, which is owned dents came in on Saturday's train They all look well, and are scatter lug out lor schools. Those returning are Misses Doris Hnnl, Lucille Woolf ter D e w by Jlr Hatfield. joint concern. They, have together purchased Steves horses and machinery. grand concert, under tha auspices of the Laoies' Aid. is to be held in the opera house on Tuesday evening ol next week (Feb. llth) and people, de- Mring to be there arc advised to sec- ure their tickets away. .The last concert given by the ladies' aid was pronounced the best ever held in Barons and as all the ladies and gen- emen who contributed to that pro- ramme, and others besides, have romised to lend assistance, the house 5 sure to be crowded1; Mr ilcAnally, toVinnrly C.P.R. t Nobleford, has been transferred to he Barons agency. It is understood that a petition is to s unerso be sent in to the C.P.R. and to the Board of Hallway Commissioners, ask ing that mall ha carried by the nigh nejs ot traae in me vnai necessaries 01 ife will not be songht by any indivi- lual country .represented on such In- ernaUpnal committees and boards ot reconstruction as bound to be evolved oct of the negotiations of the next few weeks In France. There IB no doult that a serious position faces the producing countries just at this time, but there Is this to feel encouraged about: that as tbe months go by and the. old markets are opened up the demand will become greater and greater while the surplus fresh. trains for points alodg this line. Thl would give us n delivery first thin Messrs." "w- Hams, Hebsr Jensen and Morgan Coombs. It Is understood that Misses Shaw and Kellock have accepted schools north of Calgary, as they did not return with the others. Miss Annie Steed accepted a position in the primary'department at Klmball. It is reported that Miss Alma Coombs has accepted a similar situ- ation at Fraiikb'jry, where her brother has been principal for some years. Miss Lola has a situation a and Mr. Eldon Tanner has accepted a position or. the Hill Spring staff. At Aetna Mr. Heber Jensen will be Australia with wheat at bushel, year at least before all AtlSUaiia Wltu nucufc The Canadian trade commission in t tbe present difficulties are overcome, Rarope is endeavoring lo solve this In the meantime Canada needs at problem and has been able to arrange tie head of her trade department the OTO order for barrels of flour 1 best business brains-she can secure. a month for Great Britain for the. next ,montbS, with likelihood that German f v- mons, w, he order w 11 be extended for Inths after. The commission is now U He for tbe seUlng Bclglnm endeavoring 'W P arrange a market there. In the mean-" tlmo any drop jn tbe world price .will lo pro- tie ..UU. of principal, and Miss Bosanna Archi- bald, of Glenwood, will assist in the primary grades. Mr. Morgan Coombs has accepted a private tutorship at Mr. J. J. Oal- breath's ranch, about twenty miles from CardFton, on the .Montana side. Mlsa Doris Hunt, 3. C.i VVJ1 Hams and Miss Lucille Woolt have not as yet accepted positions, bit there, arc a number of vacancies ir the south country awaiting them, Mr. Trip, of Macleod. came by aulo (FrOTn Oi-.r Owr Correspondent) MAOBATH, Feb. 4-At a special meeting of tbe town council held on Friday evening. Mayor lilrie was ap- pointed delegate to attend a meet- ing of Die Mayors of Alberta In tht Interest of Industrial Research. It was also decided at the meeting to open a room in the large back room In tbe town ball. This will bo open for the use ot the. public, dally papers, magazines, tic., will be on hand for anyone wishing a place to read. who altended the comedy arw rlmo in the WOTiQ DnCe Will 1 time drop jn toe A B c (amer drainage. Field echool. Whila In Cardslon over r6-rr Euaranteed the prlca to Canadian far- in the north may oppose irrl- ThMO wcn. at together mers at 2) a bushel and an order-1 Ration with an argument that it Bi the recent session of the Normal fa-council was recently passed bring more mosquitoes Into the 4-iVa j country. Mr Trip, of Macleod. came by auto Ttoso wno auenueu ine J, 10 Caraflon on Saturday last on hi "The Stablorn Motor Car' way lo Fareham, where he has been t-- iiavmond Dramatic troupa on eneageii as prinaipal of Ihe. Valley ranging to finance tta banlis to take, country. care of the'crbp on tbo filed price production en- .V abled Uit'tlnitM Statts to i Its-eiporWbfe surpliK from I fat mootb In the.aim- n Ihfs The Allied nations .In Europe-Sate also-acctnntililed large stcjcks ot an insurance against ths submarine, menace, and they na- i iurally are-desirous of reducing these. V In the meantime tha Inactive amles ond.inanition workers arc consuming less All conditions havo coincided witi the heaviest hog marketing set- 1 ton, which from .October till i Warob, So tii tie Unftod Stales tar- An Edmonton man lallts atont a natter of meats. An 1 winter like this year In 1883, with with this, phase ot seven dry yeara folio-wing. That fel- bitlon by spreading good cheer. Can't hi Interned? Saskatchewan will spend a million and a quarter on new public bulldin PARIS. Feb. Sir Gordon Hewarl nritiah-allorney-general find mem year. This-building program will bier ot the committee on respo-.sihil do much to help but the labor prob-lity for the war. enemy offenders, according to an o! lem. province's copy the Our people won't complain as long as the money la wine- ly spent.. The expcndllnro shoaM not bt confined to Calgary anil Kd- monlon. Spread about the. province it will help in relieving .unemploy- ment. by the Raymond Dramatic troupa Monday evening, say it was very good. Lack of advertising perhaps is the reason there were- ao few In allcnd- Tho public school will serve supper In the Red Cross rooms on Saturday next, the. proceeds of which will go to the Sailor's Relict fund. The local committee have been called on for a donation to this worthy cause and Principal Mercer being a member of hat commlllec has arranged with he school chliiiren and they will no heir bit for this cause. A number of ladles motored lo Ray. mond on Saturday lo attend a birth day surprise- parly on their friend, Mlaa Mary Harker. They all report fin enjoyable time. Prof. K. Evans here, the gucat of Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Dr.idshaw. CEREAL AGREEMENT BUENOS AIRES, Feb. The BrilUh minister ant) Jules Mor- eno, acting minister of finance, have agreed to slon the certal con- vention today. The convention tornes'-scnc'ral "undoubtedly Is tha provides for a loan of offenders, however highly plac-( 000 to the allies by.Arsf ntina an. cd, must be made to surfer suitable will be no slipulalloM ai i punishment without any avoidable de- minimum and quantity ol lir" 1 ju-aln to be i V i marlc brief state "'t ficir.l communication. "The British naH "undoubtedly Ihe at Is th Frank Moblcy, M.F.F., for Atlln, Is now Ihe chief Liberal whip in tho B. C. Legislature. The wife of Ilev. W. J. Lobb, pastor ot Namayo Methodist church, died at Edmonton. ure for the pastor's cow ami on whlct ow Is built the greater part ot the southwestern part of Ottawa. In answer lo an inquiry fninl Cal gary, where the impression seems to The Telegram has an Ot- have gained ground that the govern- rer0rt that tho government may ment intends proposing legislation to take over the city hospiials from their present control, Hon. A. G. MacKay ex plains that the only action the govern A Toronto woman drew out o! ;o- ford. John H. Ulllco. Blenlieim; AVcnt amendment to the municipal hospitals (he money ln a street worth, Frank C. Biggs, Beverly. act" by which tho cities shall be In- e flavors air-tight, impurity packages. Be WRSGLEYS ;